Who is Sam Boik?
Sam Boik was born on 10 May 1984, in Denver, Colorado USA, and is a broadcast journalist, best known for her work with the television station Fox31 KDVR in which she serves as the traffic news reporter. She often appears as a part of the program “Good Day Colorado”.
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The Net Worth of Sam Boik
How rich is Sam Boik? As of mid-2019, sources estimate a net worth that is over $500,000, earned largely through a successful career in broadcasting, although she also spent a lot of time pursuing other careers before she eventually ended up on television. As she continues her endeavors, it is expected that her wealth will also continue to increase.
Early Life and Ballet
Very little is known about Sam’s life prior to her television fame; she hasn’t shared any details about her family, her childhood, and her education. It is known that growing up, she developed a love for ballet and wanted to become a ballerina, so began training professionally at a young age. Ballet is a type of performance dance which originated in the 15th century and has since become a widespread form of technical dance with influences from all over the world.
Many of ballet’s foundational techniques are used in other forms of dances and traditional ballets are usually performed with costumes, staging, and classical music. She eventually became a professional ballerina, and started working with the Carolina Ballet which is known for touring around the world, and particularly for their annual performance of “The Nutcracker”. She also worked with the Milwaukee Ballet, and had the opportunity to perform in various countries, including Hong Kong, China and France.
Cheerleading in the NFL
Boik knew that ballet was a type of career that wouldn’t last her entire life, and soon after her ballet endeavors, she started working as a professional cheerleader, joining the cheerleading squad of the professional American Football franchise, the Denver Broncos which is a part of the National Football League (NFL). The team plays in the American Football Conference (AFC) West division and began in the league in 1970 after the merger of NFL and the American Football League (AFL). The Broncos wasn’t a competitive team throughout most of their early run with the NFL, spending their first seven years without a winning season.
In 1977, they qualified for the playoffs for the first time in franchise history, leading them to eventually compete in Super Bowl XII. Since then, they have become one of the more successful teams in the NFL, only having seven losing seasons since 1975. They have won eight AFC Championships and three Super Bowls, but sharing the NFL record for most Super Bowl losses with the New England Patriots. They have had numerous Pro Football Hall of Fame players in their roster. Sam spent seven years with the Broncos, and eventually became the team captain of the cheerleading squad, appearing at the Pro Bowl in Phoenix, Arizona as well as Super Bowl L.
Cheerleading was another career that was not long term for Sam, and after her cheerleading days were over, she decided to move to broadcasting, and joined the team of FOX31 KDVR, the Fox affiliate station based in Denver, and owned by Tribune Broadcasting. The station is known for airing Fox Sports programming alongside various syndicated shows such as “Wheel of Fortune”, and “The Simpsons”. They are also known to be highly involved with the Denver Broncos, airing games and Broncos-focused programming. They also air various news programs throughout the day, with almost 50 hours of locally produced newscasts each week.
???? GO AVS GO! Wearing our Colorado Avalanche colors today! #goavsgo #avalanche #nhl #nhlplayoffs #stanleycupplayoffs Greg Dutra Drew Engelbart FOX31 KDVR.com
Sam became known as a traffic anchor, doing the 4:30 am as well as the 9 am broadcasts for the station. She also does sports broadcasts, and is the in-game host for the lacrosse team, the Denver Outlaws. She also covers other sports events held locally, including the Fuel Up To Play event which gathers middle schools throughout Colorado. There are also broadcasts of her hosting charity events and fundraisers.
Personal Life and Social Media
For her personal life, not much is known in terms of any of Boik’s relationships. Many speculate on whether she has a boyfriend or is married, though she prefers not to share information with the public. In 2017, she talked about her boyfriend a little through social media, but didn’t reveal his identity. It is not known if they are still together, or if she has since moved on from him, but she is certainly not married.
Welp… since @KirkYuhnke is on vacation I can say it's Friday Eve! 🙂 Hangin' with @christinerappwx in the WX Center and @MeaganFOX31 & @DrewEngelbart have all the news you can use on @KDVR pic.twitter.com/8pwczns9Qt
— Sam Boik (@SamBoik) May 30, 2019
Similar to numerous broadcast personalities, she is highly active online through accounts on social media, having a presence in websites such as Twitter and Instagram. Her Instagram page features some of her life away from the camera, but she also uses the platform to promote her work, posting a lot of behind the scenes photos and videos while she is at work. She also owns two pet dogs, and loves taking photos of nature, particularly sunsets and flowers. She has a Twitter account which she mainly uses to keep her followers up to date on the latest in traffic-related news on a regular basis, often keeping it strictly professional. She also tweets about other news relevant to her locality.